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remote mysql server is full, I think cpanel is not removing old databases

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DWHS.net, Feb 20, 2007.

  1. WebHostPro

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    Any idea how to check if a database is not used and remove it for free space?
     
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    I also see a server.hostname.net.err file, is this a error file that I can delete?

    Thanks!
     
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    Yes, you can (talking to myself)

    Any scripts or tools to see if a database does not have a supporting account for it anymore?

    Or ideas, I have some from years ago I need to clean out but checking each DB with each account would take a life time.
     
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    I've actually noticed this myself. cPanel does the remove DBs that are setup on Remote MySQL server. (at least in my case).
     
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    So it does remove them for you? I a have several hundred that are from deleted accounts.

    I wish there was a tool or something to check which ones are from old accounts and from active accounts in cpanel.
     
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